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news, nashville, tennessee. >> overseas a team of fbi investigators visited the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya collected evidence and left after about 12 hours. the fbi has been trying to reach benghazi since the september 11th attack that killed ambassador chris stevens and three others. u.s. special forces provided security for yesterday's investigation. >>> late last night united nations security council unanimously approved a statement condemning syria's shelling of a turkish border town. five civilians were killed. the u.n. called on syria to respect the sovereignty of its neighbors. >>> if you're flying on american airlines today you may be in for a rough ride. american is cancelling dozens of its flights today as it works to fix seats. over the last week seats on three american flights came loose. american blames wear, poor design and spilled soda. seats are being removed and reinstalled. american cancelled 50 flights yesterday and 44 more today. >>> cbs money watch time now on a friday morning. crunching jobs numbers and a status update on a record number of facebook
"fox first. they spent longer trying to get there than they did investigating. we are talking about fbi agents who arrived in benghazi libya to investigate our terror attack on our consulate there. they gathered what evidence was left and headed out 12-hours later. the fbi revealing little information they found except to say they are continuing to work with the state department just disaccident and defense departments also libya's government. the fbi's visit was held up for weeks because of security concerns. >>> american airlines cancelling dozens more flights because it's grounding nearly 50 planes for the second time this week to make repairs to some of the seats. you may remember after it didn't work the first time around american says a locking mechanism needs to be enhanced to make sure no more seats pop lose. there were three incidents where that happened early this week. >>> few hours from now new jobs numbers will be released for the month of september. it is 32 day brothers the president will face voerts at the polls and if the experts are right about the numbers they won't d
getting there than on the ground. f.b.i. agents arriving in benghazi, libya. the agents gather the evidence and left 12 hours later. the f.b.i. revealing little information except to say that agents are working with the libyan government. we are expecting's brand new report on the economy that could have a major affect on the presidential race . the labor department will release the september jobs report. unemployment rate expected to inch up . it has been above 8 percent for the last 42 months straight. today's report will be the second for the election . a new warning this morning. cvc said the outbreak of deadly form of menigitus is. six states and leaving five people dead . it is link would to a steroid commonly used for back pain . it health officials suspect that bacteria was in the steroid and which is now recalled. the drug maker surrendered its license. darrell hannah making a splash in jail when she was protesting the key tone pipe line. the two stood in front of ground clearing equipment. both were charged with criminal trespassing and those are your headlines. brian
'll get you that. bill: meantime, another fox news alert confirming fbi team of investigators has visited the scene of the attack in benghazi, libya, if only for a few hours. this is three weeks after four americans, including the ambassador, chris stevens, two navy seals and a state department staffer were murdered on september 11th. we're told that safety concerns were the reason for the fbi's delay and need for proper military protection of that team in the event of a possible, another attack. leland vittert is live in jerusalem with a long delay now. what is the fbi hoping to learn there, leland? >> reporter: that is the real problem, bill. typically in a criminal investigation or something like this you want boots on the ground as soon as possible to try to sift through the clues, what kind of weapons did these people use? possibly how can you trace those weapons back to who was funding or planning this wrags? what -- operation. what clues did the attackers themselves leave behind to provide evidence to go back and track this attack back? the problem with the fbi in three weeks since
. it is an investigation we are working on. the f.b.i. has a parallel investigation. the special victim's unit meets frequently and they exchange information with the f.b.i. on this case so we have a little broader reach nationwide and we can be more successful in prosecution and identification of the suspects. that is kind of where we are at. the bigiest success has been the outreach, just getting the word out to the population that this is going on and to please be careful. not only to the potential victims but captain tom has gone to the banks. especially the chinese banks, those frequented by chinese people saying if you have an elderly person that comes in here and withdraws $40,000 in cash let us know immediately, detain them, find out what they are getting the cash for so they don't put it in a bag and walk down the street and give it to these other people. that is just building upon what you already heard. >> thank you. i did want to acknowledge what captain tom said about officers and inspectors really going above and beyond kind of the call of duty to really put your head together and come
's believed that he fled to mexico the same day the fbi and the dea busted his brother last week as part of a wide ranging drug investigation in fact it was an fbi swat team that performed the tactical entry at his home on south mozart and first laid eyes on the car. you can see the front end of a maserati. commuters tell us they have been to that home before but the car had not been there they may have missed the next depp which would have been to clean it up documents filed in federal court related to this case indicate not much of an effort was made to do that which means there is quite a bit of blood and other physical evidence still inside. southwest suburban teachers on strike and contact negotiations are getting ugly. evergreen park teachers' union reps reporting back that things got heated during their latest contract talk at one point the school board attorney allegedly on least a screaming outburst. unleashed a screaming outburst. >> defense. they don't walk along. union officials say they offered a compromise on health care which is a major sticking point but it was rejected
been arrested in a mass case of medicare fraud. fbi raids in 9 cities led to the arrest of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. the crimes scammed an estimated $432 million from medicare. a majority of the fraud took place in miami. other cities hit include chicago, detroit, baton rouge, l.a., new york, tampa, dallas, and houston. those arrested are being accused of false billing. "these alleged actions represent an alarming, and unacceptable, nationwide trend of individuals attempting to exploit federal healthcare programs and, collectively, to steal billions in taxpayer dollars for personal gain." that was attorney general eric holder. holder calls the fraud case one of the largest medicare fraud schemes ever. american airlines is addressing its flight problems. the airline said yesterday that it has inspected 48 boeing 757s in its fleet and is fixing loose seats on some of them. all of the planes are back in service. this week, rows of seats became loose on 3 flights and resulted in 2 emergency landings. during the next few weeks, federal regulators will work with
on the border. the fbi has not commented on the investigation. o suspects have been arrested in connection with the case. >> a day care has been shut down after authorities say they found unlicensed center being run teenager and now its owners' facing charges. ashley joins us to explain all of this. >> the suspect ran the day care home behindugher me. have left their child there. behind the walls of this town house, young children were left all alone. thought of this loop, was watching them. her for.hat they paid the day care but was not licensed. they say she had her 16-year-old daughter care for their children. >> it is unfortunate for the put them in an unsafe environment. >> police went to her home after a tip of possible child neglect. they found six children under the age of two, three of them a room all along. >> the cannot walk or talk. they cannot let you know that something is the matter. home butt by her nobody answered the door. we found a web site for the day care that says they are trained cpr and first-aid. police say do not be fooled. should do some digging. >> if they are
situation room" right now. what are we learning? >> hi there, wolf. well, cnn has learned that the fbi is looking into the possibility that the shooting was a result of friendly fire. one agent died and another was injured tuesday when they came under fire after responding to a border sensor. a law enforcement official says investigators are waiting for the results of ballistic tests on shell casings which may have been fired by border patrol agents. and a well-known cuban blogger has been arrested and two others reportedly detained in the eastern city covering a trial of a spanish politician charged in the death of a prominent dissident. a pro-government blogger accuses of putting on a media trial. the federal government posted more than a $1 trillion deficit in the last fiscal year according to new estimates by the congressional budget office. that makes the fourth straight year of trillion dollar shortfalls. the total national debt now tops $16 trillion. and the curiosity rover is preparing to scoop up soil samples on the red planet. beginning tomorrow the curiosity will use the rob
miller and former fbi director joins us this morning. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> what are we finding out about that security and are we getting the answers that we need? >> well we're going to be learning more. what we're learning now is that there were a drumbeat of incidents, about 13 security threats either directly to the embassy, to the consulate, a handful of those. but incidents in the surrounding area against british red cross and so on. and this was building up. >> why did ambassador stevens go to benghazi? and did they appreciate the danger and did they in fact, have enough security for him? >> this is a fascinating question. this is where our story forks off in two directions. i've been at embassies all over the world and seen how security works. when it comes to the ambassador whether he is going to make a trip, make that call, in the embassy, the ambassador is king. that is his call, whether he is going to go. the things that go along with that, the security of the facility he's going to the security provided to him on the road a lot o
the fbi finally gets on the ground in benghazi but stays less than a day there. we'll talk about that. >>> and filling up the car, much pricier in some parts of this country. why insane gas prices are forcing some station owners to simply shut off the pumps all coming up on "happening now." >>> well, president obama hitting the campaign trail today in two swing states. welcome to the second hour of "happening now," i'm jenna lee. jon: i'm jon scott. the president ending his week with a positive economic report as the unemployment rate drops to the lowest level since he took office. he is now on his way to ohio after speaking in virginia a short while ago. mr. obama touts the new unemployment report telling the crowd it shows that his policies are moving the country forward. the september jobless rate dropping to 7.8%, it's down from 8.1%. doug mckelway live at the white house with more. doug? >> reporter: hey, jon, these new unemployment numbers obviously coming as tremendously welcome news to an obama campaign that is still reeling from what most now agree was a lackluster debate per
this morning, for the first time a team of fbi agents has arrived in benghazi and has already left the city. the agency is investigating last month's deadly attack on the american consulate. they have 60 days to issue a report. >>> police say it was a miracle no one was seriously hurt after this school bus plunged over a texas highway overpass, falling more than 15 feet. investigators say the bus was clipped by a car and landed on the door stop of a hotel below the overpass. one child and two adults were on board. they are all in stable condition. >>> more fallout from two recent incidents involving loose seats on american airlines flights. while american scrambles to fix the problem, it's canceled 44 flights for today. yesterday airline officials began pulling nearly 50 planes out of service to make the repairs. all the planes should be back in service by tomorrow. if you're flying on american today, double-check. 44flights canceled. >>> wow. that's big. >> yeah, it is. >> better safe, i know. >> sure. >> what's going on, tuck? >> friday and weather is going to cooperate. cool start, with
attack on the embassy in benghazi, libya, fbi agents finally arrived to investigate the incident. the agents were escorted by dozens of u.s. special forces. and just this morning, turkish media reports two suspects have been detained in connection with the killing of ambassador stevens. nbc news has not independently confirmed that reporting. >>> from "usa today," some of the country's biggest brands from subway to blue cross/blue shield are putting obesity in the spotlight. companies are increasingly using obese people in their ads to help change eating or exercise behavior like this nike spot released over the summer featuring a jogging 12-year-old boy from ohio. as part of the company's find your greatness campaign. >> best commercial of the year. >> is it really? >> really a great one. brilliant, brilliant. >> now from our parade of papers, "the dallas morning news," american airlines is canceling dozens of flights to repair faulty mountings that have caused several rows of seats to come loose while in midair. 48 boeing -- is that bad? >> that's not good. >> is that bad? 48 b
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